|Address:3301 C Street, Suite 205
Anchorage, AK 99503Phone: 907.563.2226
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Rebecca Logan has a long resume of leadership in the Anchorage community. Prior to working for the Alliance, Logan served as President of Associated Builders and Contractors of Alaska. Logan also owned and operated restaurants in the Anchorage area for 10 years.
|Renee Limoge Reeve
Renée Limoge Reeve was born and raised in Morrisville, Vermont. She began working for the US Senate while at the University of Vermont, eventually moving to Washington, DC. Opposition Research for the National Republican Senatorial Committee brought her to Alaska in 2004 and she has called Alaska home since then.
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Hans Rodvik was born in Anchorage, and is a lifelong Alaskan. He Majored in Political Science and graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Alaska Anchorage in May, 2015 with a Bachelors of Arts. During the 2014 Legislative Session he worked for Alaska Senate Majority Leader, Sen. John Coghill (R-North Pole) as a Legislative Intern. Following that session, he worked as part of the Anchorage field team on the successful Vote No On One campaign. In the fall of 2014 he joined Americans for Prosperity Alaska, working as a Field Associate during the U.S. Senate race. In January, before graduating from UAA, Hans joined AFP-AK full time as Field Director. As Field Director, he worked to advance free market policies and limited government by organizing grassroots campaigns, using cutting edge technology, and effectively engaging elected officials. Each summer, for the past 7 years, Hans has also commercial fished for sockeye salmon; 3 years in Cook Inlet and 4 years in Bristol Bay. Hans joined the Alliance in 2015. When not working to support responsible resource development and free market policies he enjoys hunting, fishing, four wheeling, hiking, reading, being involved at his church, and traveling.
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Jill Schaefer was raised in the military and moved frequently throughout her childhood. After school, she started working as a government contractor and moved to Alaska in 2009 while working as a contractor on JBER. She met her husband, Chad, who is from Palmer, and they now have two kids. Their son, Cody, is 2 and daughter, Maggie, is 1. Jill recently worked on the Vote No On One Campaign and for the Republican National Committee. She and her family live in Kenai, Alaska and enjoy fishing, four wheeling, and playing on the beach.